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“The Grass Picker” by Masha Sardari

Artist: Masha Sardari Genre: Photography Bio: I was born in April of 1994 in Rybnitsa, Moldova where I lived until 2006. I now reside in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida and attend the University of Florida. Piece: The Grass Picker Piece Description: This piece is based on the struggles of subsistence farmers in Eastern Europe. Web: Masha Sardari – Website Masha …

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Watts Juicery

Jacksonville Beach native Annie Tuttle, shares the inspiration for her cold pressed juice shop, Watts Juicery.

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Berry Good Farms

Berry Good Farms teaches and employs individuals with intellectual disabilities while providing value to the community through the foods they grow and serve.

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Sbraga & Co.

Sbraga & Company Pastry Chef Erika Weisflog discusses her journey into the world of sustainable baking.

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Jacksonville in a Box

Jacksonville in a Box – Local entrepreneur Jonny Videl partners with the The Arc Jacksonville to send boxes of iconic Jacksonville items to people and members of the military all over the world.

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Hometown 502

On this episode of Hometown, local entrepreneur Jonny Videl partners with the The Arc Jacksonville to send boxes of iconic Jacksonville items to people and members of the military all over the world. Sbraga & Company Pastry Chef Erika Weisflog discusses her journey into the world of sustainable baking. And Berry Good Farms teaches and employs individuals with intellectual disabilities …

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“Citadelia 1” by Gustavo Duenas

Artist: Gustavo Duenas Genre: Other Bio: Born in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Gustavo Duenas has always been looking far beyond the boundaries of his country’s contemporary art. He’s been trying all the existing schools of art, from expressionism to cubism, from classicism to dadaism. The “ism” have become colors that he could mix with infinite results to show always a new side …

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“Catharsis II” by Shirley MacGregor

Artist: Shirley MacGregor Genre: Other Bio: While living over seas for 18 years in many countries, I discovered the beautiful manhole covers, which inspired two books, Quilting with Manhole Covers and Treasures Underfoot. A move to Seoul, Korea, a third book Quilting in the Morning Calm came about. Returning home with memories, photos and fabrics I set off in new …